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Is this your fur baby?

2018-01-14 - Bull Run, Adair Co., KY - Photo by Barbara Armitage.
Several fur babies are roaming the Bull Run Road area lately. This is the only one I've been able to get a photo of (my apologies for it being out of focus). The others are medium sized dogs and are brown and black. The dogs have made so many trips through the farm that they've worn a pathway. If they are lost I know that they are missing their families. If you are of the "free spirit" dog parent type please consider the safety of your fur baby and invest in some fencing. Please note that "chaining" a dog is not they way to go. If I can be of help in reuniting you with your lost babies please contact Barbara at 270-250-2979.

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